Monthly Archives: October 2007

3 10, 2007

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PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE Part II of a Three Part Commentary by Joan Hough Sept. 25 2007 I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the REPUBLIC for which it stands—one nation INDIVISIBLE with liberty and justice for all. The history of those words is a socialism love story! A socialist, who loathed our Constitutional- Republican form of government and loved a Russian type of socialism, had [...]

3 10, 2007

News 397

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State Paying $737,000 To Repair Confederate White House Oct 1, 2007 The state is paying more than $737,000 to renovate the First White House of the Confederacy, a state-owned historical site that has been closed since repair work began in July. Officials with the White House Association of Alabama expect it to reopen early next year in time for the February observance of Jefferson Davis' inauguration as president of the Confederacy. The [...]

3 10, 2007

News 398

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War, history and Southern charm Monday, October 01, 2007 It has happened in other wars. While men met the enemy on the battlefield, women at home wrote letters, diaries, and journals, often including insightful accounts of wartime living. On a recent visit to Vicksburg, Miss., I discovered a city with a strong sense of history and old Southern charm. In museums and monuments it recalls a past for which it's famous, the [...]

3 10, 2007

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Dixie tradition kept alive in Brazil enclave By Anton Foek October 2, 2007 AMERICANA, Brazil Now well past 90, Judith MacKnight Jones is suffering from Alzheimer's disease, the illness that robbed her of all of her memory, her most precious asset. She has been lying here for the past 11 years, covered by a patchwork blanket, made from pieces her great-grandmother brought from the United States between 1865 and 1885, after the [...]

3 10, 2007

News 395

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KENNEDY 2008 G.O.P EXPLORATORY COMMITTEE UPDATE Friday, September 21, 2007 Greetings fellow Southerners,             For the past six weeks this Exploratory Committee has been rolling along.  During this time we have traveled well over 4,000 miles across the South and spoken to supporters and potential supporters in at least five states.  Please forgive me for not getting this report out sooner but as you can tell, we have been busy!  Not only [...]